Republican State Rep. Steve Nass has a great idea on how to create jobs and improve Wisconsin’s economy: undo the state law enacted by Democrats to eliminate Indian and other race-based team names and logos in Wisconsin public schools:
Rep. Steve Nass, R-Whitewater, has drafted legislation to repeal the law, which allows any school district resident to file a complaint with the local school board over the use of offensive nicknames, logos or mascots. The state school superintendent can then order districts to stop using such symbols if they promote discrimination, harassment or stereotyping.
The bill also aims to void all orders issued by State Superintendent Tony Evers under the new law, which was signed by Gov. Jim Doyle in May.
Yeah, this sounds like a great job creation initiative!